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Rescue Groups & Shelters
Embed Posts on Your Site
Rescue Grants:

Rescue Groups & Shelters
Embed Posts on Your Site

Rescue Grants:
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Sticky Widget

Sticks to left or right side of screen on desktop view, and sticks to the top or bottom on mobile view. It is collapsible as shown in these working sample views. Includes full screen slideshow option (also available separately below) for displaying animals at special events, or just for fun.

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Desktop view
Click widget to see it collapse and expand.
Mobile view
Click widget to see it expand and collapse.
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Embed Posts Widget

All of your posts can be embedded anywhere within any of your own web pages, and will adjust to all screen sizes. You choose the number of rows to display. Includes full screen slideshow option (also available separately below) for displaying animals at special events, or just for fun.

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Desktop view
Mobile view
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Full Screen Slide Show Widget

Add a link to open a full screen slide show in a new window.

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Desktop view
Mobile view
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Full Page Widget

Don’t know how to edit a web page? Need an easy way to add posts to your site? Simply add a link from your website to the free page Rescue Me creates for your posts. View a sample for LA Animal Rescue here: LAAR.RescueMe.org

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Desktop view
Mobile view
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Shelter Login/User ID

Enter your 7-digit account ID:


Desktop Placement

Widget on left or right side of page?

How many pixels down from top?

px

Mobile Placement

Widget at top or bottom of screen?

Desktop/Laptop

Number of rows to display at a time:


Mobile

Number of pets to display at a time:

Get the code

Click Copy Code below, then hit ⌘V to paste the code anywhere within the body of your web page.

Click Copy Code below, then hit ⌘V to paste the code where you would like embedded posts to appear within the body of your web page.

Click Copy Code below, then hit ⌘V to paste the code anywhere within the body of your web page.

(1). Click Copy Code below, then hit ⌘V to paste the code anywhere within the body of your web page.

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(2). Next, create an html link that will trigger the Full Screen Slide Show window to open by copying the "a href" code below, and add the rest of your own link code. It can be a simple text link (as in the example below), or your own image link, drop-down option, etc. Be sure to include both the 'data-sh-id' attribute and class as shown.


            
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Sticky Widget FAQ

Q. The Sticky Widget "View Available Pets" window shade overlays the top of my page on mobile what can I do?

A. It is likely that the elements at the top of your mobile page are absolutely positioned. You can either move their position further down the mobile page to allow room for the menu at the top, or you can choose to use the Sticky Widget positioned at the Bottom of the page instead.

Embed Widget FAQ

Q. The Sticky Widget "View Available Pets" window shade overlays the top of my page on mobile what can I do?

A. It is likely that the elements at the top of your mobile page are absolutely positioned. You can either move their position further down the mobile page to allow room for the menu at the top, or you can choose to use the Sticky Widget positioned at the Bottom of the page instead.

Full Screen Slide Show Widget FAQ

Q. The Sticky Widget "View Available Pets" window shade overlays the top of my page on mobile what can I do?

A. It is likely that the elements at the top of your mobile page are absolutely positioned. You can either move their position further down the mobile page to allow room for the menu at the top, or you can choose to use the Sticky Widget positioned at the Bottom of the page instead.

Full Page Widget FAQ

Q. The Sticky Widget "View Available Pets" window shade overlays the top of my page on mobile what can I do?

A. It is likely that the elements at the top of your mobile page are absolutely positioned. You can either move their position further down the mobile page to allow room for the menu at the top, or you can choose to use the Sticky Widget positioned at the Bottom of the page instead.